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How often should my pet visit the vet?

It is usually a good idea to get your pet checked annually. Vets will examine your pet thoroughly when they give them their vaccination, but if your pet does not have an annual vaccine then it is a good idea to go along for a check up anyway. Problems can often be spotted early by your vet, perhaps before you notice anything amiss!
If you have an elderly pet or your pet has a condition which requires monitoring follow your vet's advice.

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